New York Weather: CBS2 4/23 Nightly Forecast at 11PMCBS2’s Lonnie Quinn has your weather forecast for April 23 at 11 p.m.
New York Man Stages Elaborate Prank To Propose To GirlfriendA New York man staged an elaborate prank only to have it end with him down on one knee in a wild proposal on the streets of Manhattan; CBS2’s Nick Caloway reports.
LIRR Conductor Returns $107K Worth Of Jewelry Left On TrainA Long Island Rail Road conductor is honored for returning more than $100,000 worth of jewelry he found on a train.
Rally Held To Support Woman Who Survived Acid AttackA rally was held Friday night to show support for a 21-year-old woman on Long Island who survived an acid attack.
Queens-Bound Tube Of Midtown Tunnel Closed For RepavingThe Queens-bound tube of the Midtown Tunnel is closed for repaving this weekend.
Suspect Accused Of Dragging NYPD Officer In BrooklynA man who was out on bail is back under arrest, accused of dragging a police officer during a traffic stop in Brooklyn on Friday.
Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Cleared For Use, But Officials Now Worried About Vaccine HesitancyCDC advisors say the Johnson & Johnson vaccine is safe, but now the shot will come with a warning. The decision clears the way for millions of doses, but the demand may not meet supply; CBS2’s Jessica Layton reports.
NFL Draft Preview: New York GiantsCBSN New York’s Steve Overmyer looks at the New York Giants’ draft with Dan Duggan, the Giants beat writer for the Athletic.
NFL Draft Preview: New York JetsCBSN New York’s Steve Overmyer looks at the New York Jets’ draft with Andy Vasquez, the Jets beat writer for NorthJersey.com.
CDC Recommends Resuming Use Of Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 VaccineA panel of advisers to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention voted Friday to recommend resuming use of Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen vaccine to protect against COVID-19; CBS2’s Alice Gainer reports.
New York Weather: CBS2 4/23 Evening Forecast at 6PMCBS2’s Lonnie Quinn has your weather forecast for April 23 at 6 p.m.
Special Cane Developed For Young Children With Visual ImpairmentsA toddler’s world can mean non-stop motion, but for young children who are visually impaired, it can mean a world of uncertainty. CBS2’s Jessica Moore shows us a gift that’s paving the way for progress for children.
Catholic Charities Hosts Pop-Up Food Distribution In The BronxNew Yorkers in need received help Friday at a pop-up food distribution site in the Bronx.
CDC Investigating Salmonella Linked To Cashew CheeseThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is investigating an outbreak of salmonella infections linked to cashew cheese.
181st Street Busway Launches MondayThere’s good news for thousands of MTA bus riders in Washington Heights.
Congressman Announces Proposal To Cap Cross Bronx ExpresswayThe Cross Bronx Expressway is a vital link in the road network connecting New York, New Jersey and New England, but since the first section opened in 1955, many consider it an unhealthy scar on the landscape. Now, there’s a proposal to cap the Cross Bronx, creating open space and park land; CBS2’s Tony Aiello reports.
Ghislaine Maxwell Appears In Manhattan Federal CourtGhislaine Maxwell appeared in Manhattan federal court Friday.
$500K Fund Announced For Grocery Store Shooting VictimsStop & Shop has released a statement saying it is heartbroken by the violence that happened at its West Hempstead store this week.
2 Suspects Wanted For Pouring Paint On Columbus Circle StatuePolice are looking for two suspects after a statue was defaced with paint in Columbus Circle.
Demanding Answers: Family Wants Accountability After Stranger Is Buried In Loved One’s Grave At Long Island CemeteryA family on Long Island is asking how a stranger could be buried in their loved one’s grave; CBS2’s Jennifer McLogan is demanding answers.
Orange County Second Grader Asks Mayor To Change ‘Men Working’ Sign To ‘Workers Present’A second grader in Warwick, Orange County, is being heralded as a trail blazer. The young girl noticed a road sign in her community she found sexist and spoke up about it; CBS2’s Kiran Dhillon reports.
Environmental-Minded Inventors Trying To Make A Difference In BaltimoreDebra Alfarone takes us to Baltimore, Maryland, where a team of environmental-minded inventors say they’re trying to change the future one waterway and one mind at a time.
NYC Taco Restaurant Tacombi Making A Difference Through Free Meal ProgramA local taco place is feeding more than just neighborhood customers. It’s also making a difference in the community; CBS2’s Cindy Hsu reports.
Sen. Schumer: NY Restaurants Eligible To Apply For Federal AidThere’s a much-needed boost for New York state restaurants struggling to stay open amid the pandemic.
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